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Dive may refer to:

In entertainment:

In places:

In sports:

  • Dolphin dive, a form of rapid entry used by lifeguards to quickly traverse stretches of shallow water
  • Match fixing, or "Taking a dive", intentionally throwing a fight in boxing
  • Mollie Dive, an Australian cricketer
  • Recreational Dive Planner, a decompression table in which no-stop time under-water is calculated

In literature:

In military:

  • Crash dive, a maneuver performed by a submarine to submerge as quickly as possible to avoid attack
  • Operation High Dive, a secret project carried out during the 1950s by the United States Air Force

In transportation:

  • A Flying junction on a railway where one line crossed beneath another is called a dive-under

Diving may refer to:

  • Diving (football), faking or exaggerating an injury
  • Diving, the sport of jumping into a body of water or pool
  • Underwater diving, the practice of swimming underwater
  • Scuba diving, the practice of swimming underwater with a breathing apparatus
  • Ice diving, the act of diving into waters covered in ice
  • "Diving", 2002 single by trance group 4 Strings
  • Net Diving, internet slang for heavy web browsing, often to obtain specific information
  • Ghost Diving, a fictional term in Ghost in the Shell where someone digitally accesses another person's brain

See also

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Dive may refer to:

In entertainment:

  • "Dive", the first track on the Nirvana album Incesticide
  • Butt Trumpet/Dive Bar Junkies Split EP 10", a 2005 split album between punk rock bands Butt Trumpet and the Dive Bar Junkies
  • Crash Dive, a 1943 war film directed by Archie Mayo
  • High Dive, the fourth album by American singer-songwriter Maria McKee
  • Power Dive, an amusement ride at Six Flags Great America
  • Puddle Dive, the fourth studio album by singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco
  • Rocket Dive, a single released by Hide with Spread Beaver
  • Sky Dive, an album by jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard
  • Swan Dive, an American musical duo consisting of Bill DeMain and Molly Felder
  • A Temporary Dive, the second album released by singer-songwriter Ane Brun
  • We Dive at Dawn, a 1943 war film directed by Anthony Asquith
  • Dive!, a 2009 documentary film by Jeremy Seifert

In places:

In sports:

In literature:

In military:

  • Crash dive, a maneuver performed by a submarine to submerge as quickly as possible to avoid attack
  • Operation High Dive, a secret project carried out during the 1950s by the United States Air Force

In transportation:

  • A Flying junction on a railway where one line crossed beneath another is called a dive-under

Diving may refer to:

  • Parachuting, also known as sky diving
  • Underwater diving, the practice of swimming underwater
  • Scuba diving, the practice of swimming underwater with a breathing apparatus
  • Ice diving, the act of diving into waters covered in ice
  • "Diving", 2002 single by trance group 4 Strings
  • Net Diving, internet slang for heavy web browsing, often to obtain specific information
  • Ghost Diving, a fictional term in Ghost in the Shell where someone digitally accesses another person's brain

See also


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